How atmosphere acts like a blanket
Our atmosphere is a protecting shield as a blanket for life on Earth. It prevents many fatal rays from Sun entering the Earth surface. For example, the ozone layer of the atmosphere protects us from the hazardous ultra violet rays from the Sun. The atmosphere protects us from the meteors and asteroids. When they enter into the atmosphere, due to friction, they will burn away. The oxygen needed to support life on Earth is obtained from the atmosphere. Our atmosphere is essential for life on Earth. We must protect it from pollution.